Ducks Unlimited/Mud River Deluxe Dog Vest

5.00 out of 5
(1 customer review)


  • Constructed of 5mm Spandura neoprene
  • Can be customized to fit your dog’s body
  • Full-length hook & loop zipper cover
  • Double-tacked seams
  • Handles for easy pick up of your dog
  • D-Rings for leash attachment
  • Tapered cut

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Small, Medium, Large, XL, 2XL, 3XL


Bottomland, Blades, Habitat


(S) 19.5" Neck / 24" Chest, (M) 21.5" Neck / 25" Chest, (L) 22.5" Neck 27" / Chest, (XL) 23.5" Neck / 28" Chest, (2X) 26" Neck / 31" Chest, (3X) 28.5" Neck / 33" Chest

1 review for Ducks Unlimited/Mud River Deluxe Dog Vest

  1. 5 out of 5

    Curt Lacey (verified owner)

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Q: I'd guess neoprene resists water but would it help or hinder water retrieves? Is it prone to get waterlogged if a dog trying to swim with it on?
— Asked by Tracie K Provo on April 30, 2018
A: The neoprene is for warmth and insulation, while the handles help getting the dog into / out of the boat or blind. Neoprene is naturally buoyant - BUT it is not going to "float" your dog. For example, if your dog can't swim the vest would not act like a life jacket. Our vest does not have any additional "floating pads" placed in it like a life jacket, some on the market do, however, those vests tend to be a little bulkier. Consider this vest similar to a human wet suit, they are designed to keep you warm and slightly more buoyant. The only way this would hinder a dog retrieving is if you buy the wrong size and it hinders their ability to move properly (mainly around the front armholes). We have bar tacking built in where you can trim this up to fit your dog better. I hope this helps, please let us know if you have any additional questions.
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Q: Our dog has a 20 inch neck and a 34 inch chest. Which vest would be best she seems in between ...
— Asked by Susie Ross on January 2, 2018
A: Hi Susie, We would suggest going with the larger size just to be safe. If you have any further questions please let us know. Thank you, Briana

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